The sandbox is a part of WikiNote that you can freely modify. It's meant to let you practice editing. You will discover how page editing works and create new pages.

Here are a number of test pages you can play with:

Go on one of the above Test Pages and simply click on Edit to get started!

No need to register or login for practicing.

Don't worry about overwriting or losing stuff when editing the page, you can always roll back to the first version of the page from the "History" tab at the bottom of the page.

If you want to give a look to the underlying Wiki Syntax, you can click on "Wiki code" in the "Show" menu or click on the "Source" tab when editing the page.

Below is a demonstration of the Wiki Syntax you can use in wiki pages (headings, images, tables).

Headings

WikiNote offers 6 levels of headings. You can use them to structure your pages.

Level 2 Heading

Level 3 Heading

Level 4 Heading 4

Level 5 Heading 5
Level 6 Heading 6

Styles

Basic styles are supported in WikiNote:

  • Text in Bold
  • Text in Italics
  • Text in Underline
  • Text in Strikethrough
  • Text in subscript
  • Text in superscript

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Tables

You can create simple tables right into WikiNote pages:

Simple table

 cell 1  cell 2  cell 3
 cell 4  cell 5  cell 6
 cell 7  cell 8  cell 9

Table with headers in the top row

 table header  table header  table header
 cell  cell  cell
 cell  cell  cell

Table with headers in the top row and left column

 table header  table header  table header
 table header  cell  cell
 table header  cell  cell

WikiNote allows you to create links to other pages in WikiNote or on the web:

You can also create links to attachments:

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Images

You can insert images in WikiNote pages:

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Macros

Macros allow you to make WikiNote content look better and to add additional features to your wiki. Here are 2 examples of how macros can be used in wiki pages:

Warning Macro

This macro allows you to draw users' attention to a specific piece of information:

Hello World

Table of Contents

This macro automatically generates a table of contents of your wiki page based on headings:

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Created by Vishal E on 2009/09/09 05:30